Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
Radiant barriers are part of the reflective insulation family of products that block the transfer of radiant heat, a primary source of heat gain and loss. Traditional radiant barrier insulation is made by laminating reflective films to substrates or stiffeners called scrims for durability and strength. Advances in technology have allowed for a new vacuum encapsulation process that applies the aluminum without using lamination techniques. This results in a product that is better suited to fight delamination, a potential issue in conventional products.
Insulation Stop has supplied radiant barrier and reflective foil insulation nationally for over ten years and is a member of the Reflective Insulation Manufacturer’s Association or RIMA. The change in product line to this new technology is a natural evolution in offering consumers the best products available on the market.
“Vacuum encapsulation is not a new process and has been used in other industries for years. It has just now found its way into the reflective insulation market.” stated Nick Semon, owner of Insulation Stop. “We always want to offer our customers the best products available and this new radiant barrier is just that, better. Our new InfraStop™ radiant barrier is lighter, stronger, and less expensive than any other radiant barrier on the market.”
“Plus, InfraStop™ is made right here in the United States. Most radiant barriers come from overseas. We are excited to offer this new material to our customers. The strength and quality are first class and having the entire InfraStop™ line consist of American made material feels great.”
For more information on radiant barrier and reflective foil insulation, please visit InsulationStop.com.
Nick Semon is co-owner of Insulation Stop. They offer individual and bulk orders of U.S made radiant barrier and reflective bubble foil insulation products for commercial and residential use. The company is committed to offering extensive knowledge on the use and application of its reflective insulation products.